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I love what I do. I’m a visionary for new technology and design trends. The greatest assets for any artist or visionary are to identify and analyze a problem before jumping to a conclusion. Think “big picture.” Create many options, evolve them and then make a decision. Don’t hesitate. We are all designers. I’m proud to show you my print work. You will see the different steps in my involvement in the creation of a visitor guide, a magazine or a book. Starting from branding creation, design layout, photography, cover concept and illustrations to organization of content, I do it all. Plus, I run my own studio (PurpledCreative) and I welcome any freelance. I’m here to help!


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uilding on an astoundingly rich musical tradition, Beale Street was redeveloped in the 1980s to be the alluring entertainment district it remains today. This development continued steadily into the ’90s as popular establishments such as B.B. King’s Blues Club, Rum Boogie Café, Silky O’Sullivan’s and Hard Rock Café opened their doors to music lovers eager to experience the excitement of the official Home of the Blues. We Three Kings Beale Street, an all-day attraction for music fans, partiers, foodies and history buffs, made its mark on two kings of Memphis – and vice versa. Stroll where Elvis, the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, spent much of his spare time as a teenager. (You can hear Beale Street’s R&B influence in his music.) Today, sounds reminiscent of B.B. King spill from his blues club as well as others up and down the street. Another “king” whose influence abounds on Beale was W.C. Handy. Tour his home-turned-museum, then visit the life-size statue in his likeness at his namesake park at the corner of Beale and Third Street.

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Of course we have every kind of music, but just about every musician here is like no one else you’ve ever heard. It’s the individual artists, the certain people that are staples. You know, blues, rock ‘n’ roll, soul, country – every city’s going to have a little bit of each, but for me it’s about individuality, and there are so many artists here that are so memorable.

What can people hear in Memphis that they can’t hear anywhere else? If you want to get a good feel for what Memphis music is like, take a walk down Beale street and you’re going to find something different in every one. Of course there are other places all over town, too, but there’s so much history that was created on that street. It goes back so far, and when you’re down there on Beale street you feel the power that Memphis music has created over the past 100 years.

As a Memphis resident, what are some of your must-dos for visitors? If you’ve never done it, you have to go to Graceland. Really, you can go to each corner of the city and find something great to do, even if it’s in the outskirts of the city like Bartlett or Germantown…. I would say catch a Grizzlies game or a Tigers game and take a walk down Mud Island, where you can walk in a mini version of the Mississippi River. I would definitely say dip your toes in the Riverwalk.

What is it about Memphis that makes it a one-ofa-kind vacation destination? I think if someone comes to Memphis and wants to leave with a really positive experience, make sure you educate yourself on the history of the city and what’s it’s meant in the history of music. Go to sun studio and take a tour to find out where all these greats started. Go to stax and check it out so you come away with the knowledge of how big an impact Memphis has had on the music of the world.


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“Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On” The warmer months mean street musicians and outdoor concerts. Keep an eye out for the Beale Street Flippers, a group of street performers who will blow you away with their acrobatic prowess. Also check out the brass notes under your feet; the walk of fame includes everyone from soul legend Al Green to international superstar Justin Timberlake. Foodies, take a bite out of Beale’s down-home delicacies, from Dyer’s Burgers’ famously greasy patties and rich shakes to The Pig on Beale’s slow-smoked ribs to King’s Palace Café’s classic fried green tomatoes. Shoppers will enjoy hunting for keepsakes in the district’s souvenir shops, which offer an array of gifts, clothing, music memorabilia, art novelties and more. Peruse the goods at retailers with names like Tater

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Beale street has a strong musical past, and it’s still alive and strumming. Here’s what you can hear on Beale tonight.

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In addition to nightly entertainment, Beale Street is home to a number of seasonal traditions, starting with the dropping of the oversized guitar near the Hard Rock Café on New Year’s Eve. The festivities include a “Bury Your Blues” funeral parade that involves plenty of blues music and revelers authoring notes that contain their good-riddances for the outgoing year, which they toss into a coffin and bury at the stroke of midnight. The party continues with annual events like the International Blues Challenge, Beale Street Music Festival at Tom Lee Park, St. Patrick’s Day parade and the Memphis Zombie Walk.

Regardless of what you’re looking for, spend time exploring the official Home of the Blues. It’s guaranteed to make your soul sing.

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“In the Midnight Hour” After sundown, Beale Street’s famous kaleidoscope of neon lights sets the scene for one of America’s most memorable nightlife experiences. Enjoy world-class blues, jazz, soul and rock acts any night of the week at venues such as B.B. King’s Blues Club, Rum Boogie Café and Blues City Café. Beale Street clubs let you mix and mingle with friendly Memphis regulars and other music lovers from around the globe.

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The Gibson Beale Street Showcase guitar factory tour is another must-do daytime excursion. After all, where would the blues and rock ‘n’ roll be without their signature instrument? Tour the factory a block south of Beale, where Gibson’s highly-skilled luthiers craft some of the world’s most coveted guitars – guitars that have helped shape the sound of music for more than 100 years.

Red’s, Strange Cargo and Alley Katz. And check out A. Schwab Dry Goods Store, a familyowned business that has existed on Beale since its early days. The sundry includes an unusual mix of dry goods, souvenirs and hoodoo items.

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The Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum takes visitors on an incredible musical journey through Memphis music from the 1930s to today. This Smithsonian Institution exhibit includes the stories of world-renowned Memphis music labels Sun, Stax and Hi Records. The museum’s digital audio tour guides you through seven galleries featuring interactive programs and songs, instruments, costumes and various other musical treasures.

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Check out the award-winning James Govan and the Boogie Blues Band, Rum Boogie’s house band for 17 years.

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arbecue. Barbeque. BBQ. Spell it however you wish; Memphis celebrates barbecue, and here, it’s all about the taste. Whether it’s a rib shack, a line-out-thedoor joint or a favorite of the college crowd, every local has an opinion on which barbecue is the best. Wet or dry, slab or pulled, hot or mild, tangy or sweet?

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Beaches, Parks & Outdoors

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rom Atlantic Coast beaches and the Chesapeake Bay, to scenic national parks and the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Capital Region offers abundant opportunities for exploration and adventure in all four seasons.

Beaches & Bays Recreation, relaxation and delicious seafood define the Chesapeake Bay. Its smooth, blue waters stretch 200 miles from southern Virginia to northern Maryland, past sandy beaches, quaint fishing villages and diverse natural preserves. Along Maryland’s Chesapeake shoreline, Sandy Point State Park is the closest beach to Washington, DC and a popular spot for fishing, crabbing, boating and sailing. Along the Twin Beaches (Chesapeake Beach/ North Beach), try kayaking, kite-surfing and more.

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Most parks and gardens in Washington, DC are free of charge. Stroll the National Mall, a grassy, two mile park stretching from Capitol Hill to the Lincoln Memorial, or walk along the Tidal Basin, where 3,000 cherry trees burst into bloom

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Top to bottom: Virginia Beach; Floating in the James River near Scottsville, Virginia; Sailing in Annapolis, Maryland.

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On the Atlantic coast, visit the pristine beaches of Assateague Island National Seashore to hike dune trails and catch a glimpse of the island’s wild ponies. In Virginia, explore 112 miles of Atlantic coastline and more than 3,000 miles of tidal shoreline. One of the best swimming spots along the lower Chesapeake Bay is Ocean View Beach Park in Norfolk. To spot birds and wildlife, visit Kiptopeke State Park, where you can also swim in the Bay, boat, fish, hike or camp. On the Atlantic Coast, lively Virginia

each spring. Neighbourhood Heritage Trails offer selfguided urban walking tours with interpretive trail signs. In Harrisonburg, Virginia, wander through diverse gardens and ecosystems at the Edith J. Carrier Arboretum & Botanical Gardens, an

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urban botanical preserve at James Madison University. In Annapolis, Maryland, visit the scenic harbour of City Dock to enjoy water views, watch sailboat races, and take in the sights, smells and sounds of the bustling Market House.

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Beaches, Parks & Outdoors

is ideal for beach walks, fishing, biking and boating. It’s home to thousands of migrating birds in fall and spring.

Beach is an American classic. Stroll the three mile boardwalk and enjoy 35 miles of beaches, plus parasailing, fishing and kayaking with dolphins.

Parks & Gardens Virginia is for nature lovers: The state has 35 state parks, 60 natural areas, one national park, miles of the Blue Ridge Parkway and several regional parks. At Shenandoah National Park, explore 516 miles of mountainous hiking, biking and riding trails, plus go fishing, camping and backcountry backpacking. Take a ride along more than 200 miles of the Blue Ridge Parkway for spectacular mountain views. On the Atlantic Coast, Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge

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Maryland’s scenic Chesapeake Bay shoreline, Sandy Point State Park is the closest beach to Washington, DC and a popular spot for fishing, crabbing, boating and sailing. Along the Twin Beaches (Chesapeake Beach / North Beach), try kayaking, kitesurfing and more.

In Maryland, choose from 45 state parks and several national and regional parks. See bald eagles and shore birds on the land and water trails of Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge. For a mountain getaway, Rocky Gap State Park offers a lakeside swimming beach plus hiking, fishing, canoeing and camping. Deep Creek Lake State Park has a lakeside beach and trails plus cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in winter. Discover natural escapes right in Washington, DC, where the U.S. Botanic Garden cultivates thousands of plants from around the world and the U.S. National Arboretum features a dozen blooming gardens. Find paved trails at Rock Creek

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Zoos, Aquariums & Theme Parks At The National Zoo in Washington, DC, encounter pandas, cheetahs, lions, tigers and gorillas. The Virginia Zoo features over 350 animals, and Maryland’s Salisbury Zoological Park ranks among the country’s best small zoos. To see thousands of stunning sea creatures, visit The National Aquarium in Baltimore. Other family-friendly attractions include Virginia’s Luray Caverns, one of America’s most popular caves, and Natural Bridge, a natural wonder with hiking trails on-site. In Maryland, hike or bike

Top: Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Left to right: Big Run Overlook on the Blue Ridge Parkway, Shenandoah National Park; Deep Creek Lake State Park; U.S. Botanic Garden. Opposite page: Annapolis, Maryland; Luray Caverns; Virginia Aquarium; Busch Gardens (cutout).

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along the C&O Canal National Historical Park’s waterside trail. Its Paw Paw Tunnel cuts through 3,118 feet of rock.

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Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network: This comprehensive guide to the Chesapeake Bay area points you to more than 160 parks, sailing ships, lighthouses, wildlife refuges, trails, museums, historic communities and other interesting sites in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC. Ocean City, Maryland: Miles of sandy beach and boardwalk grace the state’s largest beach. A must-visit for families, it’s known for surfing, boating, jet skiing, paddle boarding, parasailing and kayaking. Chincoteague Island, Virginia: Discover surfing, fishing, crabbing, clamming, jet skiing, kayaking and sandy beaches for swimming, plus wild ponies on the neighbouring Assateague Island National Seashore. Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia: Framed by the Blue Ridge Mountains, this scenic lake retreat features 500 miles of shoreline perfect for swimming, fishing, boating, tubing and jet skiing.

For theme park thrills, ride roller coasters at Six Flags America in Maryland or head to Virginia for the fast paced rides and attractions of Busch Gardens and Kings Dominion. Cool off at the outdoor Water Country USA or indoor Great Wolf Lodge waterpark, both in Virginia.

Tours & Trails Outdoor tours and trails abound. In Washington, DC, take a Potomac River sightseeing cruise or evening monument tour. Or, rent a canoe or kayak at the Georgetown waterfront, or a paddleboat in the Tidal Basin. In Virginia, hike, bike or horse ride along the scenic Virginia Creeper Trail. In Maryland, hike or bike along the North Central Railroad Trail, a former railway.

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NATIONAL MALL AT-A-GLANCE Along the National Mall, explore more than 25 museums, monuments, memorials and iconic landmarks. The two-mile park is lined with trees and gardens.

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San Jose With big lights and hot nights, San Jose has enough museums, galleries, theaters, shops, restaurants and nightspots to fill the perfect playlist. Whether it’s a ceiling-breaking artist in the visual or performing arts, a new hands-on exhibit for kids, the opening of a quirky boutique, a new style of cooking or a redefinition of after-hours chic, it’s happening here in San Jose.

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In addition to interactive exhibitions on science and technology, the Tech Museum of Innovation has at least five shows daily in its eight-story-high Hackworth IMAX Dome Theater. Permanent exhibitions include Green by Design, which teaches about renewable resources, and the IDEA House, which encourages innovation and idea generation in everyday life. The museum also sponsors the annual Tech Awards for technology benefiting humanity, with 2009’s laureates from countries like Nigeria, Brazil and Bangladesh.

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In the last two decades, San Jose’s Public Art Program has installed more than 200 works of public art in 85 locations, making it one of the largest and most diverse public art programs in the country. Several pieces, including Convergence on the Paseo de San Antonio and Recolecciones at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library, have won international recognition, and the city’s program has been held up as a model around the country. New this At top: year: a temporary exhibition on San Fernando Street with installations by Convergence; at right: Canary a handful of artists. Couch, part of Recolecciones

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Education is a laughing matter at the Children’s Discovery Museum, where exhibits allow kids to tinker and learn through play. The Kids’ Garden is set up for hands to get dirty and help tend to seasonal fruits, vegetables and herbs. In the Rainbow Pizza restaurant area, little chefs can add their own toppings to individual pies and “cook” them in a pizza oven. The Art Loft is where 4- to 10-year-old future Picassos can churn out art.

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arted with a statue of gyptian goddess on desk of H. Spencer wis, founder of the Rosicrucian Order in the United States. Today the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum holds western North America’s largest collection of authentic ancientEgyptian artifacts, from sarcophagi to mummified animals – and even four people. The museum is modeled after the famed Temple of Amon at Karnak, while the grounds are home to a planetarium.

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You can call a rose a rose at the Municipal Rose Garden. With more than 4,000 bushes, the garden is an intrigue and a delight. Through the years, the community has donated features that include a reflection pool and fountain.

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TeamSanJose: Discover how technology benefits humanity at the new Tech Awards Gallery at The Tech Museum of Innovation. 2:23 PM Apr 9th from TweetDeck

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Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott 1755 N. First St., San Jose, 95112 408-453-3133, 800-793-9121, Fax: 408-452-1849

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211 S. First St., San Jose, 95113 408-282-8800, 800-823-0530, Fax: 408-282-8850

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1471 N. Fourth St., San Jose, 95112 408-452-0200, 800-333-3333, Fax: 408-437-8819

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the city’s fine-dining chefs are opening casual spinoffs after seeing success in their restaurants. There’s Big Star, a tequila-whiskey bar and taqueria where tacos are stuffed with anything from spit-roasted pork and pineapples to tempura-style fish. And XOCO, sister to authentic-Mexican fine-dining establishments Frontera Grill and Topolobampo, serves up street food in the form of tortas filled with red-chili chicken and black beans alongside sugared churros and mugs of Mexican hot chocolate. from top left: A tuna dish at L2O, 676 Restaurant & Bar’s elegant atmosphere, sizzling fajitas at [ Clockwise La Pasadita, Blackbird’s modern bar, the casual Hot Doug’s, an appetizer at Green Zebra.

Chicagoans still hanker for the old street-food standbys.

Perennial and Boka are among many eateries in town serving up local, seasonal, and sustainable foods from farms in Illinois and the Midwest. At Prairie Fire, award-winning chefs layer tender slices of Tallgrass beef brisket atop a creamy purée of locally grown potatoes. Naha has also led the farm-to-table movement here, with creamy soups of foraged mushrooms and duck confit drizzled with Michigan blueberry gastrique. Even Gibsons, the classic Chicago steakhouse where regulars sip dry martinis and indulge in juicy, seared chops, switched to a more local source – a network of environmentally friendly family-run beef farms in Minnesota.

Prime Time for Swine:

But pork is prince in Chicago as of late, starting with the latest sister spot of Avec and Blackbird – The Publican, a beer hall where frosty mugs of craft brews are served with thick cuts of rich pork belly with a crispy caramel crust. And then there’s the relative of N’Awlins-style Heaven on Seven: The Purple Pig, a tribute to all things swine, with housemade salamis alongside more 46

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than 100 wines by the glass. Spanish pork dishes spark appetites in the shareable tapas at Cafe Ba Ba Reeba, and at nearby Mado, chefs teach pigcarving classes, with a “whole hog” menu for more adventurous eaters. If it’s not meat you seek, veggie lovers flock to Green Zebra, which made vegetarianism cool, turning simple fruits and vegetables into inventive creations that change with season’s bounty. One day you may see a sunchoke ravioli with medjool dates, the next a roasted-beet-and-goat-cheese terrine with hazelnuts. For sweets, Mindy’s HotChocolate draws a cult following for its decadent desserts and tasty dinner menu to boot. Once said to boast the best burger in Chicago, Mindy’s also offers variations on chocolate – a take on peanut butter cups here, a dark soufflé tart there – that take the cake.

More Than Meets the (Rib) Eye: But dining out in Chicago goes beyond the food. Aside from legendary Goose Island, the city is home to Half Acre, Metropolitan Brewery, and Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery for tasty beers. Sometimes called “gastropubs,” these culinaryinspired breweries, or cocktail-inspired eateries, pair up good drinks with just-as-good eats. Across from Millennium Park at The Gage, you might find handcrafted sausage with a strong Belgian ale, or caramelized lobster and a ginger fizz. Speaking of sausage and lobster, lobster sausage and other creative works brought to fame the elegant Lockwood Restaurant inside the Palmer House Hilton. At theWit Hotel, cibo matto does a different take on carbonara – chunky pancettaspecked spaghetti topped with a raw duck egg yolk,

MK now has the offshoot DMK Burger, a grass-fed beef joint with strong cocktails and craft brews. And Chicago restaurant empire Lettuce Entertain You serves up char-grilled

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waiting for your fork. Head to Hotel Elysian’s bistro-like Balsan for flatbread and oysters, or Affinia Hotel’s C-House for fresh fish and chops.

Chicagoans still hanker for the old street-food standbys – and you will, too, once you try them. Somewhere, au jus from an Al’s Italian Beef sandwich drips down someone’s chin, and cheese oozes out of a shortbread crust at Gino’s East. At Hot Doug’s, a customer shakes celery salt on a sweet relish- and onion-laden Vienna Beef Chicago dog at the place that also tops a duck sausage with foie gras. In Chicago, you’ve got the best of both worlds.

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Ferris Bueller, aka Abe Froman, the sausage King of Chicago, once said “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” He must’ve been talking about dining in Chicago – definitely something not to miss.

A CITY OF TOP CHEFS Move over, Emeril. Chicago’s home to a slew of celebrity chefs, several of whom have made appearances on – or won – competitive reality cooking shows. Take that, Iron Chefs.

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Grant achatz: All eyes were on Chicago after Achatz, of Alinea, won James Beard’s top honor as Outstanding Chef not long after battling Stage 4 tongue cancer that threatened to destroy his sense of taste. He helped make the term “molecular gastronomy” popular with his highly experimental style, creating extraordinary taste and texture sensations. Alinea, 1723 N. Halsted, tel: 312.867.0110, alinearestaurant.com

a rick Bayless: Pitted against heavy hitters Hubert Keller and Michael Chiarello, this

Topolobampo and Frontera Grill chef outshined them all to win Bravo TV’s “Top Chef Masters” competition, which aired in conjunction with the opening of his third outpost, XOCO. He continues to raise the bar for authentic, fine-dining Mexican cuisine.

Topolobampo/Frontera Grill, 445 N. Clark St., tel: 312.661.1434; XOCO, 449 N. Clark St., tel: 312.334.3688; rickbayless.com/restaurants

a stePhanie izarD: This hometown chef made Chicago proud by earning the title

of “Top Chef” following Season 4’s taping in her native town. She’s since built loyal followers through her Wandering Goat underground dinner series in preparation for her soon-to-open restaurant, Girl & the Goat. Girl & the Goat, 809-813 W. Randolph St., stephanieizard.com

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Publican, he started the house-made charcuterie and pork belly craze that hasn’t yet died down, and appeared in the Anthony Bourdain “No Reservations” episode in which Bourdain went to his Chicago home for a pig roast with other chefs.

Avec, 615 W. Randolph, tel: 312.377.2002, avecrestaurant.com; Blackbird, 619 W. Randolph, tel: 312.715.0708, blackbirdrestaurant.com; The Publican, 837 W. Fulton Market, tel: 312.733.9555, thepublicanrestaurant.com

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A PROFUSION OF FlAvORS: As the largest city in the only state with an official question (“Red or green?”), Albuquerque defines New Mexican cuisine. This unique style of cooking, which is different from Mexican cuisine, is all about the chile. Whether you choose red or green – or both – you'll find that the ever-present chile pepper adds a delicious twist to everything from eggs to enchiladas to cheeseburgers. There are many spots to savor New Mexican cuisine around town. Restaurants feature robust menus, festive décor and sometimes patio dining. The city’s cultural centers are also prime places to experience traditional meals. La Fonda del Bosque in the National Hispanic Cultural Center offers a buffet of New Mexican favorites, and the Pueblo Harvest Café at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center serves fusion cuisine and authentic Native American fare. The area’s cultural melting pot is brimming with many other flavors as well. You’ll find Italian, French, Brazilian, Indian, Latin American, Chinese, Japanese, Thai and more. Several locally owned restaurants and bistros feature eclectic menus and trendy décor, adding a modern touch to a diverse dining experience. Fresh and local fare is increasingly

popular, with many restaurants serving farm-to-table cuisine or offering local meat, cheese and produce options. For retro dining with a New Mexican twist, head to old Route 66 (now Central Avenue) for diners offering “blue plate” specials, burgers and creamy malts. Dessert options abound, with bakeries and cafés satisfying indulgent impulses with cakes, pastries, pies and other gourmet confections.

BREWERY TOURS: New Mexico’s craft breweries are on the rise and gaining nationwide recognition. Take a leisurely driving tour to sample local brews in and around town. The state currently has two dozen breweries and brew pubs, many of which are increasing their beer production.

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Rondeña Winery, stroll the scenic grounds and sample wines made right on site. St. Clair Winery and Bistro features French country dishes, award-winning Did you know? wines and live jazz. The nationally Spanish missionaries known Gruet Winery tasting room first planted grapes in the Rio Grande offers seven sparkling wines. Valley in 1629, making New Mexico the country’s oldest wine-making region. Today, the region's warm, sunny days and cool, crisp nights continue to produce award-winning wines you'll find on wine lists around town.

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The slightly richer, nuttier taste of blue corn is often favored over yellow and white corn in tortillas, enchiladas, tacos and chips served at new Mexican restaurants.

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This popular tequila-based cocktail comes classic or in a variety of fruit infusions such as pomegranate, peach, strawberry, melon and more.

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BIScOchITOS: These small, slightly sweet butter cookies made with cinnamon and anise were named the official state cookie in 1989. They're especially popular during the holidays.

Traditionally served as bread at new Mexican restaurants, these deep-fried puff pastries drizzled with honey also make delicious desserts.

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HIsTOrIc sITes: San Felipe de Neri Church, built in 1793, is the crown jewel of historic Old Town. Five nearby museums feature everything from fine art to natural history to turquoise.

LEGENDS & LORE Take a walking history tour or nighttime ghost tour to hear fascinating stories and secrets about Old Town.

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reTrO DINers & HIP cafÉs: In historic Nob Hill, classic diners and brewpubs mingle with chic bistros, gourmet cafés, upscale restaurants and swanky wine bars.

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NeON LIGHTs: Original and restored Route 66 neon lights color a mile-long strip of Central Avenue, with neon arches bordering each end.

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A SHOPPING ICON The historic Nob Hill Shopping Center (one of the first in the West) features Art Moderne and Territorial Revival architecture.

FAMOUS JEWELRY Carolyn Pollack, seen on the QVC network, sells her silver-and-gemstone jewelry at her ABQ Uptown store.

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